The real India resides in its villages. Rural development is important for nation’s development and achievement of principles of socio-economic- political equity. Rural development implies raising the standard of living of rural masses. In the era of rising economic inequalities, regional disparities, conflicts and nation wide discontentment regarding what has been done in the name of development since independence, there is a huge need to study critically the institutions working for the... Topic: Rural Development
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byBowler, Ian R; Bryant, C. R., 1945-; Cocklin, Chris
The Sustainability of Rural Systems: Geographical Interpretations Author: Professor Ian R. Bowler, Professor Christopher R. Bryant, Professor Christopher Cocklin Published by Springer Netherlands ISBN: 978-90-481-5978-9 DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-3471-4 Table of Contents: Introduction: Sustainability and Rural Systems Developing Indicators of ‘Sustainability’ Nature, Society and Sustainability The ‘Wild’, the Market and the Native: Indigenous Issues in Wildlife Utilisation and Management... Topics: Sustainable development, Rural development, Rural development, Rural development, Rural...